was born in Siena in 1970. Fascinated since childhood by handcrafted gold and silver creations, he enrolled at the Institute of Arts “Duccio di Buoninsegna”, graduating in 1989. During his years of study he was also apprenticed to maestro Armando Basile at his foundry in Tavernuzze. Working with bronze, Galgani inaugurated his own study of the “fragment” and its aesthetic, while thanks to several trips to India he nourished his artistic and spiritual growth. Decisive in the development of his art is the encounter with his old friend and sculptor Piergiorgio Balocchi. Galgani enrolled at the Carrara Academy of Fine Arts and attended Balocchi’s courses and created his first large marble sculptures. He graduated in 2003 and began to exhibit his works in Pietrasanta and Florence. In 2006 he was invited to exhibit at Bad RagArz Triennal Festival in Switzerland. His collaboration with Biale Cerruti Art Gallery began in 2011. The cypresses are unique works of various sizes made of oak wood. Carved with freshness and sensitivity, the Galgani sculptures deal with the theme of the art of tuscany focusing on one of the symbols of that wonderful country to which the artist is inextricably linked.